Villas Pico Bonito

Address: Km 7.5 Carretera de Yaruca, La Ceiba, Honduras | Villa
 
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This villa is located on Km 7.5 Carretera de Yaruca, La Ceiba.
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      Travel Blogs from La Ceiba

      Homestay in La Ceiba

      A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 26, 2014

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      ... She also has the happiest little dog, Moreno! He make me miss our dogs at home. Denise had made some amazing lemon juice for our arrival, it's the nicest juice I've ever had and just what we needed after the bus journey! It turns out that Denise caters for large events, she is a really good cook! That evening she taught us how to make baleadas from scratch. As we were flattening out the tortilla in our hands ...

      Back to school in the Bay Islands, Honduras

      A travel blog entry by tony.purcell on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... a gateway town to the islands. It is a bizarre mix of hectic roadside markets that you would expect of Central America and whopper shopping malls with all the major U.S chain stores. Our plan was to move on to the Belizean cayes but it looked to be a mammoth and expensive journey-so just like that we changed the plan and booked a shuttle to Antigua in Guatamala. My favourite thing about the trip so far is that we can change our plans on a whim and be wherever we ...

      Hidden Corners of the World

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Mar 02, 2014

      12 photos

      ... time (an hour late) and we made our way to the bus station. After purchasing some supplies for the next couple of days (wine and rum), we purchased my ticket back to the capital for my flight in a couple of days and waited for a local bus to take us to our eco-lodge. I didn't realize that paradise awaited us. My impression of Honduras by this point wasn't too positive with numerous accounts of San Pedro Sula, which is by all accounts the ...

      Honduran water torture part 2

      A travel blog entry by edwardrugg on Jan 31, 2014

      3 comments

      ... 8217;s it! We’re done and are now both certified divemasters.

      Before we began I had imagined that with sensible pacing the whole kit exchange would be a doddle, what really threw me off was still being slightly out of breath when we began and the unexpected obstacles Alex threw in to the situation. Mike, who also bolted to the surface told me that being out of breath is what caused him to bolt. Although it had been an uncomfortable experience, now that I had ...

      Day 68: Final Rescue Test

      A travel blog entry by holliem on Nov 10, 2013

      7 photos

      ... we would dive tomorrow when he hadn't been drinking as I didn't want to dive with a buddy who maybe under the weather for many reasons which I listed. Then we had to check our own gear and our buddies. I was checking Octo's and he had put his regulator on incorrect, When I said he needed to change it he argued with me and said 'I am a dive master' I had to use tact not to offend him and make sure he changed his gear, which he did.

      While we were waiting to head ...